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Robert M. Solow on the Global Economic Crisis

 


How is this recession different from others — and how can we recover from it?  
Nobel Prize-winning Economist, vice chairman of the Urban Institute Board of Trustees, and MIT Professor Emeritus, Robert Solow, explains in a four-part video series why a stateside housing slump turned into a global economic crisis, why the bailout was necessary, and how we can recover. 

 

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